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Writing for the Internet
It's a fact, people read differently on computer screens. I teaches writers how to engage the Internet audience, as well as utilize key words. I will also unlock the mysteries of Search Engine Optimization (SEO).
Verbs Can Change the World
Many times the verbs we choose don't reflect the emotion of the scene. Edie takes the confusion out of passive/active writing, the rules about adverbs and the frustration over adjectives.
You as the Main Character
Every writer needs a bio. It will, in effect, be a part of your personal brand. It gives you credibility, whether you are speaking or writing. Edie will teach you the tricks to writing an engaging bio in this hands on class
Don’t Put Your Social Media Eggs in One Basket
There are literally hundreds of options when it comes to social media, and it’s changing daily. Because of that, it’s vital writers don’t to put all their efforts into a single network. So how do you find what’s most valuable for you? Edie will break it down with a comprehensive list of the audience for the top platforms. She’ll also share how to divide your time between networks.
Plug-In to the Digital Revolution—without Stressing Out!
Did you know that the college class of 2014 considers email obsolete? According to the Beloit College Mindset List they've also never written in cursive and with cell phones to tell them the time, they see no need for a wristwatch.
Successful Social Media for Writers in Thirty Minutes a Day
Successful Social Media doesn’t have to take a lot of time. As a matter of fact, as an expert in online connections I suggest spending no more than 30 minutes per day. Is that even possible? Absolutely. I built my career (and my platform) around this philosophy. And more importantly, I can show you how to make it work for you.